Weekly Roundup

There are several sites online that buy your old electronics, but NextWorth also offers a retail in-store trade or buy option. They have partnered with Target, where you simply take your old device in for an evaluation and if they want it you can apply the value to a new item in the store, receive a gift card or store credit. The online option offers a quote, free shipping and payment by check, Paypal, gift card or e-gift card mailed to you.

Getset “is an online tool that helps you decide which travel method to use to get to where you need to go.” Just enter the city you will be departing from and the city you are traveling to and the site will recommend flying, driving and bus options.

The good economic news never seems to end. Here are 8 things you’ll be paying more for soon.

The Popcorn Board “is a non-profit check-off organization funded by U.S. popcorn processors to raise awareness of popcorn as a versatile, whole-grain snack.” The site features a kids section, recipes, the Encyclopedia Popcornica as well as a Q&A entitled Ask Poppy.

Some recent personal finance posts I enjoyed reading.

I got really hungry reading about these top 10 business travel eats.

Here are some good tips on how to make the most of kids eat free dining.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.

This is a fun little post that describes 10 ways to save money by staying home.

We are going to a family reunion campout this weekend so I had to post this roundup a day early. Have a great weekend!

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